“Before eating, always take time to thank the food”.(Arapaho wisdom). What if I gave thanks for my food each time I ate? Each meal is a gift. It is the product of farmers or ranchers. The workers on the farms and ranches. It is brought to us by men and women driving trucks. It’s processed, checked for safety, and packaged. Our food comes to our markets where we shop. There are thousands of people who have a hand in each of our meals. Without them, we’d go hungry. Yes, it is good to give thanks for the food and all who made each meal possible.
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